HBM

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HBM

(in Britain) abbreviation for
His (or Her) Britannic Majesty

H.B.M.

Her Britannic Majesty; His Britannic Majesty.
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We also incorporated risk perception from the Health Belief Model (HBM) in order to evaluate relationships between multiple theoretical variables (Figure 1) (Janz & Becker, 1984; Rosenstock, 1974).
One of self-efficacy development models by emphasizing the experience of success is Health Belief Model as a model of expectation for a certain value [16] in which self-management education becomes an attempt to achieve it.
Age-group differences in risk perceptions of non-communicable diseases among adults in Diepsloot township, Johannesburg, SA: A cross-sectional study based on the Health Belief Model
Nutrition education intervention was given using Health Belief Model (HBM) only to the intervention group, every 15 days for consecutive six months whereas the control group got the same information in a summarized form at the end of the study.
Materials and Methods: Data has been collected through questionnaire forms created by the researchers based on literature information and Champion Health Belief Model Scale.
One aspect of the case study sought to determine the efficacy of the models chosen, Health Belief Model (HBM), Transtheoretical Model (TTM), and motivation theory, in relation to participants' progress in this protocol.
The Health Belief Model is an essential and exact pattern that is used to determine the relationship between health beliefs and behavior, and is also the most important model that is used in the development and design of prevention programs.
Objective: To study the effect of nutritional counseling according to health belief model (HBM) for osteoporosis preventive behaviors in women referring to health centers in Hamadan City, Iran.
Behavior change theories, such as the Health Belief Model, Transtheoretical Model of Health Behavior Change, Social Cognitive Theory, and the Theory of Planned Behavior/ Reasoned Action have been successfully used for decades to promote health behavior in a variety of settings.
At the University of Florida, a sample of 852 college students completed a survey, which applied the health belief model (Sharma, 2017), assessing their demographics, smoking behavior and knowledge of hookah's harmfulness.
Using the health belief model, the current study examined risk perception of HIV, an issue that affects young people's behaviour towards HIV.
The Children's Health Belief Model (CHBM) and the empirical literature guided this study (Bush & Iannotti, 1990; Palermo & Drotar, 1996).
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